Chris Davis, BAL, 1B - We've seen this guy mash in the minors and just look overmatched in the big leagues for the better part of the last three years, but he still has massive talent to hit for power and did manage to bat .276 in his 123 AB with Baltimore last year. He only smashed 2 dongs, driving in 13 in 31 Games, but maybe he'll somehow manage to shadow Mark Reynolds and find his power stroke, even if it's while batting .230. Like everybody who will eventually be posted here, you have to consider him "highly unlikely, but possible" -- that's the whole point.
Bryan LaHair, CHC, 1B - His PCL power combined with his age make his minor league numbers a lot less impressive, but power is power, and last I checked, the wind still blows out in Wrigley, which means he could make a splash if the cards fall the right way for him. To an even lesser degree, the change in scenery could be nice for teammate Ian Stewart, but if he wasn't able to do it in Colorado, I have little reason to believe he'll do it in Chicago.
Mike Moustakas, KC, 3B - He wouldn't be 'out of no where' because everybody knows him and what he's capable of (think Carlos Gonzalez 'breaking through' in 2012 -- it didn't shock anyone, but it took until then), but after a modest 2011 by all measures, Mous could begin to reach his potential as soon as this year, at the ripe old age of 23. Butler had a tremendous second half, Gordon was a monster all season, a full year of Hosmer and suddenly Mous becomes a cog in a potentially potent, if not inconsistent, lineup.